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Published 1906
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The Arena magazine
Volume 36: July through Dec. 1906 (Whole Nos. 200-205)
B.O. Flower, editor
Published by Albert Brandt, Publisher, Trenton, NJ and Boston, MA
Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.

KEY CONTENT:
pg. 10 - Lucius F.C. Garvin: "Solving the Labor Problem"
pg. 35 - Willard French: "Child-Labor, Compulsory Education, and Race Suicide"
pg. 38 - Lewis Worthington Smith: "Governor Albert B. Cummins: A Statesman Who Places the Interests of the People Above the Demands of the Privileged Classes"
pg. 45 - "A Primer of Direct Legislation -- Chapter 3"
pg. 113 - George Wharton James: "San Francisco and Her Great Opportunity"
pg. 118 - Thomas Speed Mosby: "The Court is King"
pg. 125 - Louise Markscheffel: "The Right of the Child Not to Be Born"
pg. 157 - John W. Bennett: "Common Ground for Socialist and Individualist"
pg. 168 - Finley C. Hendrickson: "Shall Prohibition Be Given a Fair Trial?"
pg. 225 - Winthrop D. Sheldon: "Shall Lynching Be Suppressed, and How?"
pg. 234 - George McA. Miller: "Economics of Jesus" (Part 1)
pg. 238 - B.O. Flower: "W. Gordon Nye: A Cartoonist of the Jeffersonian Democracy"
pg. 272 - Stephen H. Allen: "Stock-Gamblers as Managers of Railroads"
pg. 275 - Philip Rappaport: "Social Conditions and the Liquor Problem"
pg. 277 - Frank Vrooman: "Our National Library"
pg. 285 - Fannie Humphreys Gaffney: "Liberty, Law, and Labor"
pg. 337 - William Restelle: "The Costliness of War"
pg. 359 - Thomas Elmer Will: "Individualism through Socialism: A Reply to Hon. William Jennings Bryan"
pg. 364 - Frank Jewett Mather: "An Object-lesson in the Solution of Race Problems"
pg. 375 - J. Warner Mills: "The Economic Struggle in Colorado, Part 3: Eight-Hour Agitation, Strikes, and Fights"
pg. 395 - William H. Watts: "Socialism and the Liquor Traffic"
pg. 449 - B.O. Flower: "Richard Seddon: Democratic Statesman and Master-Builder of a Liberal Commonwealth"
pg. 492 - Theodore Schroeder: "Polygamy and the Constitution"
pg. 497 - C.C. Hitchcock: "Consumption and Wealth: Individual and Collective"
pg. 506 - Helen M. Gougar: "Shall Educated Chinamen Be Welcomed to Our Shores?"
pg. 508 - Henrik G. Petersen: "Unrecognized Insanity: A Public and Individual Danger"
pg. 516 - Abner W. Nichols: "Present Status of the Referendum Movement in Maine"
pg. 577 - Frank Parsons: "The Nationalization of Railways in Switzerland"
pg. 584 - Elinor H. Stoy: "Child Labor"
pg. 613 - Thomas Dickinson: "William Morris and Esthetic Socialism"
pg. 617 - Theodore Schroeder: "Our Vanishing Liberty of the Press"
pg. 622 - Edwin F. Gruhl and Edgar E. Robinson: "is Railroad Rate-Regulation a Step to Government Ownership?"


Year 1906
Language English
Collection thearenamagazine; magazine_rack; additional_collections

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